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Carson Yeung

Carson Yeung is President of the Board at Birmingham City FC, and is also the President of the owning company, Birmingham International Holdings.

 

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One Year On

Today marks the first anniversary of Carson Yeung being convicted on five counts of money laundering. The former Birmingham International Holdings and Birmingham City President was taken down to Stanley Prison to await sentencing on his case after hearing District Judge Douglas Yau Tak-hong describe him as a “habitual liar”.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Talking Points | 23 Comments »

Past, Present and Future

Four years ago today a Frenchman collided with a Pole allowing Obafemi Martins to score probably the easiest goal in his career and secure the Carling Cup for Birmingham City, the first major trophy for the club in 48 years. Watching in the crowd was the then-President of Birmingham City, Carson Yeung – who was celebrating his 51st Birthday (and apparently winning a £250,000 bet with Balram Chainrai).

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Posted in Talking Points | 25 Comments »

When is an EGM not an EGM?

Just when you thought things looked like they have been sorted out, it appears that they are a bigger mess than ever. Carson Yeung, in a 5 page notice in the Hong Kong Standard has unilaterally called an EGM for March 12.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football | 54 Comments »

BIH Debunk Carson’s Claim, Hearing Cancelled

Birmingham International Holdings have confirmed to the HKSE today that owing to errors made by Carson Yeung’s legal team, there will be no hearing on May 6 to hear his application against the company and that it has been thrown out by the Judge.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football | 44 Comments »

What’s Going On? An Analysis of Carson’s Latest Move

Lawyers representing Carson Yeung were in the High Court yesterday to make an application against Birmingham International Holdings, the receivers from Ernst and Young and the share registrars Tricor Tengis to prevent the sale of Birmingham City by EY, to force through the EGM he requested in December and to examine the share register.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football | 51 Comments »

Carson Yeung Sues to Prevent Sale of BCFC

Lawyers representing Carson Yeung were in court today trying to force through an EGM requested by the former hairdresser of Birmingham International Holdings in his capacity as largest shareholder and to prevent the immediate sale of Birmingham City.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football | 64 Comments »

BIH Call in Receivers

Announcements made by BIH and Birmingham City today have confirmed that Birmingham International Holdings have appointed Ernst and Young as receivers to the company. The appointment has NOT been made due to the company going into liquidation; rather as a response to the continued and prolonged civil war that has plagued the boardroom over the past few months.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football | 134 Comments »

BIH Name Victor Ma Shui-Cheong as CEO and MD

Birmingham International Holdings have today confirmed that Victor Ma Shui-Cheong has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of the company, effective today.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football | 22 Comments »

Who is Wang Lei?

Back in December, I wrote about how a mysterious individual by the name of Wang Li had taken control of U-Continent and had become the second largest shareholder in BIH and by extension BCFC.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football | 54 Comments »

Looking Forwards

Birmingham City continued to tighten their hold on midtable security with a 1-1 draw against Leeds United at the weekend. It could have been all three points but for Luke Murphy’s late equaliser for the home side but the result sees Blues lie 11th, just nine points off the playoff places.

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Posted in Birmingham City, General Ramblings | 21 Comments »

One Response to “Carson Yeung”

  • JeffHallsClock says:

    Re Due Diligence this can be a lengthy process typically would take about a month…..but with our track record I dare say the auditors will want to be doubly sure.
    Once due diligence is completed there often follows a period of negotiation to adjust for any unexpected findings from both sides!
    So in summary I still wouldn’t expect any news for at least another month or more – we are now in a silent period as neither party are at liberty to discuss pending results as anny discussion could potentially affect competitive offers or business standing in the stock exchange. Whoever it is at the moment are only POTENTIAL suitors
    Hope this helps.


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